ERIC Number: ED300791
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
The Dilemmas of Teaching Reading. Eighth Yearbook of The American Reading Forum, 1988.
Lumpkin, Donavon, Ed.; And Others
Articles in this eighth yearbook of the American Reading Forum address the dilemmas of teaching reading. Articles, listed with their authors, are as follows: (1) "Deepening a Dilemma: Stylus vs. Computer Writing at an Early Primary Level" (J. Heep); (2) "Concept Maps and Vee Diagrams: Strategies To Deal with the Dilemma of the Restricted Curriculum" (M. Alverez and others); (3) "Attitudes of Adult Literacy Students and Their Teachers toward Computers for Instruction: before and after Use" (E. Askov and E. Brown); (4) "Reading for the Reluctant" (J. Bertrand); (5) "Teachers as Managers or Decision Makers? Technology versus Deliberation in Teaching" (W. Blanton and G. Moorman); (6) "The Policies, Politics, Problems and Issues: What Can We Do as a Profession?" (R. Flippo); (7)"Reading and Writing as Tools for Independent Learning: The Content Area Classroom at the Crossroads" (K. Ford); (8) "Teacher Knowledge of Their Students' Learning Strengths and Weaknesses" (D. Gustafson); (9) "Preparing Children for the Reading Test or Teaching the Universe of Discourse" (D. Mancus and A. Prince); (10) "Is There A Core Curriculum in Reading Education? A Sense of the Essential" (J. Meeks and T. Estes); (11) "Effecting Change in Attitude and Classroom Practice with Word Processing Technology in the Reading and Writing Curriculum" (M. Moore); (12) "The Effects of Selected Writing Strategies on the Social Studies Reading Comprehension of Fourth Grade Students" (R. Moore); (13) "The Pros and Cons of Using Meta-Analysis as Applied to a Specific Body of Research" (D. Neville and E. Searls); (14) "Preservice and Inservice Teachers' Reading Comprehension Skills and Their Metacognitive Awareness of Processing" (J. Platt and K. Williams); (15) "Home Reading Behavior of High and Low Reading Ability Third- and Fifth-Grade Readers" (T. Rasinski); (16) "Using the Cognitive/Learning Styles Literature in the Teaching of Reading: A Personal Perspective" (K. Smith); (17) "Prospective Teachers' Recollections of High School Content Area Instruction" (R. Telfer and R. Jennings); (18) "Teachers' Reactions to a State Mandated Basic Skills Reading Test" (D. Thompson); (19) "Developmental Reading for College Students Who Think, Speak, and Write Black Dialect" (L. Tomlinson); (20) "Shoes That Fit Don't Prevent Bunions" (K. Camperell); (21) "How Do We Pick Our Heroes: A Second Look...The Shoe That Fits" (W. Otto); (22) "Selecting an Approach to Enhancing Literacy: Would Roy Rogers Be a Hero Without the Horse He Rode in On?" (B. Hayes); (23) "Of Heroes, Shoes, and Hats" (B. Jerrolds); (24) "Riding Trigger in Boots That Don't Fit" (P. Sweet); and (25) "Who Controls Reading Improvement? The Dilemma of the Power-Expertise Gap" (L. Erickson and J. Logan). (MM)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Guides - Non-Classroom; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Reading Forum.
Note: For the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh yearbooks, see ED 290 134-136 and ED 291 068, respectively.